Walking by Faith, Not by Sight - Sermons by George Muller by George MüllerSermons from George Muller of Bristol, whose extraordinary life of faith has inspired Christians for over one hundred years. Originally published under the title Jehovah Magnified and Other Addresses, the sermons in this book include - CRUCIFIED WITH CHRIST, THE GODLY AIM OF A LIFE, THE PRECIOUS OINTMENT, PUTTING ON THE NEW NATURE, SWALLOWED UP IN THE WILL OF GOD, WE WALK BY FAITH, NOT BY SIGHT, I HAVE BEEN VERY JEALOUS FOR THE LORD GOD OF HOSTS, THE GOSPEL NOT IN WORD ONLY, BUT IN POWER AND THE HOLY GHOST, and LET US PRAY!
Walking By Faith, Not By Sight - Sermons by George Muller (Jehovah Magnified and Other Addresses)
George Fredrick Muller - , a Christian evangelist and Director of orphanages in Bristol, England, cared for 10, orphans in his life. He was well-known for providing an education to the children under his care, to the point where he was accused of raising the poor above their natural station in life. The work of Muller and his wife with orphans began in with the preparation of their own home at 6 Wilson Street, Bristol for the accommodation of thirty girls. Soon after, three more houses were furnished growing the total of children cared for to In , as growth continued, Muller decided that a separate building designed to house children was necessary, and in , at Ashley Down, Bristol, that home opened.
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Post a Comment. Christ Books Bringing resources to know the person of Jesus Christ. Who Is George Muller? Though a German by birth, he became a naturalised British subject, and for over sixty years was identified with philanthropic work in England. When four years of age his father received an appointment as collector in the excise at Heimersleben.